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The pathophysiological importance of the immunogenicity of damage‐associated molecular patterns (DAMPs) has been pinpointed by their identification as triggers of allograft rejection following release from dying cells, such as after ischemia–reperfusion injury. In cancers, however, this strong...
Upon solid organ transplantation and during cancer immunotherapy, cellular stress responses result in the release of damage‐associated molecular patterns (DAMPs). The various cellular stresses have been characterized in detail over the last decades, but a unifying classification based on...
Modulation of the immune system through the use of micro and nano carriers offers opportunities in transplant tolerance, autoimmunity, infectious disease, and cancer. In particular, polymeric, lipid, and inorganic materials have been used as carriers of proteins, nucleic acids, and small drug...
Every 6 months, the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) publishes evaluations of every solid organ transplant program in the United States, including evaluations of 1‐year patient and graft survival. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Organ Procurement and...
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